Malicious Bankruptcy – this term details a performed abuse of the bankruptcy procedure under the Bankruptcy & Insolvency Law, where the judgment creditor wrongfully applies to have the judgment debtor wound up as insolvent by the court. This is why…

Malice – within the sphere of Criminal Law, this term is used to define any kind of intention to cause injury or to harm somebody. For example, malice aforethought is the plan to murder someone.

Malfeasance – Within the area of Tort Law, this term details the performance of an unlawful act, where knowing it is harming, but underestimating the negative outcome.

Majority shareholder – within the sphere of Corporate Law, this term details the legal figure of a shareholder who controls most of the shares of a local corporate body (usually owns more than 50% of the shares).

Majority provision – in the area of Property Law in many legal systems, following the provisions of the concrete legislation, this term details a situation where the bigger group of the various apartment owners, being co-owners of common parts of…

Major – this term could relate to the legal age of a person, which age in some jurisdictions, for example is 18 years of age, or for married spouses – it is over 16 years of age (this is because…